Scientists discover a way to avoid teeth fillings that proves teeth can be regrown
In test mice, Sharpe and his team intentionally drilled tiny holes in the animals' teeth that resulted in the formation of decay. They then inserted biodegradable collagen sponges containing tiny doses of Tideglusib, a small molecule GSK3 antagonist. Over the course of six weeks, the sponge degraded and was replaced by new dentine — a "complete, natural" repair, according to reports.
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